Did you know that March 13th is National Earmuff Day? Does that matter? Maybe! A day’s teaching can be perked up by even the smallest things. I encourage you to scour the internet for all the little known national days that blanket the calendar. Let inspiration take over and add
Okay folks, the time has come. Your child has entered high school, and that can be a terrifying time for everyone involved. Students these days have a lot to worry about in their first year of high school. Embarrassing mess-ups in gym class, puberty-induced acne scars, and worst of all,
Last week we unveiled our new search toolbar, and we have received great feedback. The search toolbar is now also available on our homepage, and as you can see, you can apply filters to search thousands of resources by resource type (eBook, video, vocabulary set, etc.), language, grade, creator, and subject.
Last week we launched our Summer Victory Challenge, because we know a lesson a day will keep students ahead of the game. The goal is for students to have fun while making sure they do not fall behind. If you have not gotten started yet, here is a tutorial created
Black History Month: Celebrating Today’s Leaders “I always want to be a leader,” –Kenyana Caesar, Senior Manufacturing Engineering, Johnson & Johnson This month, we join the Nation in paying tribute to the men and women who helped, and are helping, shape our country. Our African American Learning Champions are contributing
Culturally Relevant, Personalized Learning Matters: If you have been following us, you know that we are a group of social entrepreneurs who believe that education is the only sustainable equalizer. Three years ago we began a journey to ignite the genius of every learner by creating an education platform dedicated